i wish we still had this cam.
I love Blanqui's "Mama en Devon." :)
Mira ..... at least one stork was here on 23rd December 2012 and 12th of January 2013. They didn't read Wiki. LOL
Estoy de acuerdo. Espero que esta cámara pronto estará funcionando de nuevo.
SI, MAMA EN DEVON no estan en Otros nidos, como lo Estaban en this in Este, espero volvamos a disfrutar de esta camara pronto ,
Hay otras cámaras de cigüeña, pero ninguno de ellos ha tenido ocupantes durante el invierno. Es una pena que parece que estamos perdiendo transmisión en vivo en este caso.
extraño esta camara , es la que mas miraba , que la conecten pronto , me encariñe con esta pareja de cigueñas
nuestra amiga cigueña , parece que pasa un dia lluvioso ,
tiene aspecto de muy mojada , que salga el sol !!!!!!!
lol md im very happy to be able to watch the storks this early in the year smile dona
Hi Dona. Looks like someone got out of the nest on the wrong side! :-)
looks like someones ruffled his feathers lol dona smile
There are definitely two birds in the nest tonight. That's good to see.
otra larga y fria noche , para nuestra amiga cigueña !
I wished I'd been looking when the stork came back! On that other cam, the greenery has been there since October. I referred to it as fitted carpet.
I can hardly wait for the nesting season. I know that one night I slept in my armchair watching the kestrel cam, just to see the last one leave the nesting box! And I was lucky enough to do so.
aaaaaand NOW the white stork is back, MD!
Funny how we are back on the birds. Maybe all the snow is already getting to much for us! BTW, I checked the stork cam that suffered the unfortunate loss of its young ones last spring, and it's got a very fresh looking bunch of greens all nestled in there. Keeping my fingers crossed for a better year for those birds!
Hi Homely. I think you are right. The bird just turned its head and I see the beak is different from the stork. On the second of January there were 2 storks in the nest.
I love watching the bird cams. I have all the nesting ones from last year. I think the kestrel cam was fantastic. I hope it gives us as much entertainment this year.
Oh, and it is definitely a very different bird than the black and white one I can see in the older still shots.
Hi, MD - I think there may be more than one bird using this nest as a resting place! Today's occupant looks very much to be a great blue heron. although all huddled up and looking not very comfortable. It is large, with long gray feathers, and it has the shorter, yellow beak on a white head with the distinctive black stripe. I'm wondering if this is the "off season" for this nest right now, and it is not a permanent home for any of them until mating season???
Hi raven880. Poor bird is looking pretty miserable today. I think it's a white stork, despite the black bit!
Not an Eagle.....Great Blue Heron, I believe. Have no idea if they mate for life tho.
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